Sales, marketing and communications jobs in Wellington

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Salary: Negotiable

Location: Wellington

Date Posted: 28 June 2022

OMV New Zealand is an Austrian parented company with the OMV group having Chemicals, Refining and Exploration and Production operations around the world and with group headquarters based in Vienna. In March 2022 OMV committed globally to achieving net zero emissions by 2050 and has set significant emissions reduction targets for 2030 and 2040 at the same time as materially increasing investment in renewables. OMV aims to spend EUR 5 billion by 2030 in low carbon energy businesses. OMV has been operating in New Zealand for more than 20 years and employs ca. 300 people in Taranaki and Wellington and currently supplies about 40% of New Zealand’s natural gas from its shares in the Pohokura and Maui gas fields. OMV New Zealand is mid-way through a ca. $500mln investment programme to increase gas production rates in order to support the NZ energy transition to a lower carbon future, with further investment potential already identified.

Salary: Negotiable

Location: Wellington

Date Posted: 12 June 2022

Connexis are the infrastructure business division of Te Pūkenga Work Based Learning Limited (WBL), a subsidiary of Te Pūkenga – New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology. They arrange, deliver, support, and assesses work-based learning for the infrastructure industries of Civil, Energy, Telecommunications and Water. This provides the infrastructure industry with the next ambitious and skilled generation of workforce.

Salary: Salary

Location: Wellington

Date Posted: 24 May 2022

About the company: Whittaker's is New Zealand's biggest chocolate manufacturer and has been voted New Zealand's 'Most Trusted Brand' for eleven years running. Their ethos is “best is always better”. This means using only the finest ingredients, the best methods, the most precise machinery, and having the best people to continue making good, honest chocolate. During the company’s early years, James Henry Whittaker was a pioneer in the chocolate world. Having worked for a large confectioner in the UK, he quickly developed a passion for all things chocolate. Now, four generations later as a proud family business, Whittaker’s has become a household name not only for great chocolate, but also as business leaders in the industry, ensuring people and the planet are cared for.

Salary: Base salary + Company Car + Commission

Location: Wellington

Date Posted: 24 May 2022

About the Company: EnviroWaste is one of New Zealand’s’ leading waste and resource recovery specialists with their main facilities and operations having long been recognised as being amongst the country’s most environmentally responsible. They have dedicated substantial investment and resources to ensure that they are delivering to the highest environmental standards and the most innovative and sustainable solutions to government bodies, communities and businesses.

Salary: Negotiable

Location: Wellington

Date Posted: 20 May 2022

Te Tai Ōhanga - The Treasury is the New Zealand Government's principal economic and financial advisor. The work they do helps ensure that New Zealand's economy supports higher living standards for all New Zealanders. They are focused on growing well-being through improving Aotearoa’s human, social, natural and financial capital. The Chief Advisor role is a newly created opportunity within the organisation reporting to the Head of the Office of the Secretary. It will involve supporting the Secretary on a day-to-day basis on communication and engagement activities including providing strategic advice and guidance, positioning the Treasury through media opportunities, high profile external engagement events and staff engagement activities. This is an influential position and the ideal candidate will be an expert senior practitioner in communications and engagement with proven experience working with and influencing senior leaders. You will be well connected in the media landscape, politically astute and your risk radar will be second to none whilst providing expert communications and engagement risk and issues management advice.